Valorant closed beta is near its end as the game will be launching on 2nd June. As the launch draws near, fans increasingly look for substance and data with respect to VALORANT’s success. While Closed Beta was underway, between April 7 & May 28, Riot Games gathered and shared some important insights related to VALORANT.
As indicated by the VALORANT insights, direct player reports brought about 383 bugs. Most likely a considerable lot of these bugs were found by the VALORANT subreddit and the stickied mega-thread they had following each fix. In the game’s six complete fixes and redeploys, these 383 bugs are a piece of the 1254 bugs fixed by and large. 17 data centers were controlling Valorant around the world, which altogether had reported 2409 server crashes. While these server crashes were increasingly pervasive in the prior phases of the closed beta, they turned out to be significantly less normal later on.
VALORANT Closed Beta was an opportunity for us to learn what worked, what didn't, and what you'd need from us to have the best experience playing VALORANT. With your help, here's what we accomplished in the last two months. Thanks to players around the world for joining in! pic.twitter.com/oUWmqcfLiY
— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) May 28, 2020
The insights shared by Riot Games’ VALORANT showed that there were 7786 cheater accounts that were attempting to creep into VALORANT. All such accounts were withdrawn in light of the fact that they were hardware prohibited i.e. suckers. These accounts were a piece of the previous report that the Vanguard anti-cheat system restricted. Such cheater accounts were more than 10,000 in number. This is a huge number provided that fact that the closed beta’s release date which was just two months ago.
Riot readjusting Valorant features
These bug fixes and restricted miscreants show Riot’s interest later on for the game. Riot called this experience “an open door for us to realize what worked, what didn’t, and what you’d need from us to have the best experience playing VALORANT,” which shows that they are eager to consider players’ interests to improve the game for everybody.
When VALORANT will launch on June 2, players can anticipate different features. It will include a variety of maps, a special game mode, another specialist, and different increments reported seven days back. In view of these VALORANT details, it has been an energizing month for Riot Games. Fans anticipate what the game and its growing esports scene bring to the table later on.
To sum things up, Riot Games isn’t going to risk anything when it comes to Valorant. During the last two months, we have observed a huge influx. A big number of CSGO and other FPS experts left for the game, sharing their experiences and reporting issues. It is eminent that everyone associated with this game is trying their best to make this game a big success.